Chelsea Sorting Office:
Vacant, Edwardian postal sorting office covering 15,800 sqft with a main hall, large basement and off street parking in the heart of Kensington and Chelsea.
The Hop Exchange:
Victorian grade II listed building with stunning tiled atrium overlooked by 3 tiers of wrought iron balconies and a glass pavillion roof.
Art Deco Concert Hall:
Impressive grade II listed Art Deco municipal hall. It features a double height entrance foyer and main hall, with a balcony and stage.
The Assembly Hall:
A functioning modernist assembly hall with a large, double height main hall, a stage and various smaller meeting rooms. On site parking for 25 cars.
A period hall with unique colourful interiors, plenty of ancillary rooms, members bar/working men's club double, meeting rooms and dining rooms.
Leyton Orient Stadium:
Football stadium established in 1937 with a 9,200 spectator capacity situated in the East End of London. Various meeting rooms, offices, event spaces and stadium facilities available for filming and photography.
Emmanuel Centre, Edgware:
Late 1970's building with two impressive, double height halls, smaller breakoff rooms upstairs and a pool room in the basement.
A spectacular Grade I listed building in the heart of the City, featuring a grand, split staircase, stunning halls and opulent decor. There is also a residential apartment on the top floor.
Art deco, boutique hotel in central London. Multiple suites (some with London views) and committee room/library available - subject to availability. Restaurant and Bar available on Sundays only.
A versatile site with a multitude of high spec, glossy commercial spaces, concourse and service areas, vast car parking facilities, as well as a specialised gym, changing room, boardroom and private boxes.